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Tupelo to Host First Ever OurMississippi Honors on March 15

Tupelo will be the host site to one of the first events of its kind in Mississippi. OurMississippi Honors will be presented Saturday, March 15, at the BancorpSouth Conference Center.
The event is a celebration and recognition of those corporations that have distinguished themselves in promoting diversity and inclusion in our state.

Stedman Graham is the CEO of S. Graham & Associates, a management and marketing consultant company
Stedman Graham is the CEO of S. Graham & Associates, a management and marketing consultant company

“Diversity works for Mississippi,” said event chairman Wesley Wells. “We want to honor some of those corporations that practice diversity and inclusion. Mississippi has come a long way regarding diversity. Even though we still have a way to go, many companies are doing what it takes, and they should be celebrated.”
Joining in the celebration will be renowned speaker Stedman Graham. Graham is the CEO of S. Graham & Associates, a management and marketing consultant company. He has authored 11 books, including two New York Times bestsellers.
“We are very fortunate to have someone of Mr. Graham’s status to help us celebrate this event,” Wells said. “He is a big name, but more importantly, he’s very knowledgeable in regard to leadership and diversity. I’m sure he’ll deliver a great message.”
Another special guest for the evening will be Mrs. Myrlie Evers-Williams. The widow of civil rights leader Medgar Evers will be honored with the first ourMississippi Lifetime Achievement Award. The award is reserved for someone who has given of themselves to make Mississippi a better place for everyone.
Mrs. Myrlie Evers-Williams, widow of civil rights leader Medgar Evers, will be honored with the first ourMississippi Lifetime Achievement Award.
Mrs. Myrlie Evers-Williams, widow of civil rights leader Medgar Evers, will be honored with the first ourMississippi Lifetime Achievement Award.

“We are excited to host the ourMississippi Honors event in Tupelo,” said Neal McCoy, Executive Director of the Tupelo Convention & Visitors Bureau. “Encouraging people of all races and socioeconomic backgrounds to chase their dreams with hard work and collaboration is a key part of what we call the ‘Tupelo Spirit.'”
Our Mississippi Magazine is the only statewide African-American magazine in Mississippi and is designed to reach residents with stories and features that deal with everyday lives. The magazine covers subjects including politics, music, education and sports.
The event kicks off at 6 p.m. Tickets and tables can be purchased and reserved by calling 662-844-2602 or emailing legendpublishing@comcast.net.

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